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Blown paradigm tweeter - Paradigm CC-350 Speaker

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SOURCE: Paradigm Monitor 9 v4 tweeter not working.

speaker is must likely blown. check to see if another tweeter works at that connection.

Posted on Feb 14, 2010

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